Love Island's Anton Danyluk debuts new relationship at the BAFTAs

Love Island star Anton Danyluk may have revealed his new relationship, as he attended the BAFTA Television Awards with a mystery date.

Despite finishing fifth in the Love Island: All Stars final, Anton and partner Georgia Harrison later split up. But it seems love might still be on the cards for Anton and his new date.

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Though they walked the red carpet together this evening (May 12), Anton remained tight-lipped about details surrounding his potential new relationship, only revealing that they "met at an event".

Anton was adamant it wasn't an official debut as girlfriend and boyfriend. "No, no, no, no, no," he said, hurriedly. "We're not at that stage yet".

When asked about his love life, he shared: "We're good, yeah we're fine. Obviously not long split up with Georgia [Harrison], so back to dating."

Clearly in his feelings, Anton had a small slip of the tongue when asked about life since leaving the villa.

"Love's good," he started, before correcting himself. "Love's good?! Love's not good anymore. I've got love on my mind," he laughed.

Love Island 2019, Day 1, Anton Danyluk

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He might have love on his mind but Anton shared that he won't be appearing on any more reality dating shows, claiming "I just feel too old for it."

"For me, it's just focusing on business. I'm launching a kids' wellness app, which is a massive project for me to help educate and inspire the kids of today to be the best in every way. I'm putting it out for free to help kids so that's my main focus over the next few years."

Nevertheless, Anton revealed he doesn't have any regrets about his time on Love Island. "I think last time especially, it was clear how much I'd grown as a person and it was nice that the audience could really see that.

"I really enjoyed the fact that shows like Love Island now are starting to show more of the gentleman vibe, and we're getting away from the reality stars... back in the day, where young men are looking up to guys that are effectively hurting women. I think this new breed of reality stars are actually really, really fresh."

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